Rahul Gandhi pays tributes to Rabindranath Tagore on his death anniversary

Today is the death anniversary of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore, who wrote the national anthem of the country. Let me tell you all that on August 7, 1941, he breathed his last. In such a situation, on the death anniversary today, the whole country is remembering Rabindranath Tagore. Amidst all this, former Congress President and MP Rahul Gandhi also bowed to him. At the same time, in his tweet, he mentioned a few lines of a poem from his book Gitanjali. A humble tribute to Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore Ji on his death anniversary.

On the other hand, Congress wrote on its official Twitter handle that "We pay homage to Nobel Peace Prize winner Rabindranath Tagore on his death anniversary. A poet, painter, novelist, musician, journalist, orator and philosopher, who inspired the masses with his words of wisdom and gave his national anthem to India.'' Let me also tell you all that Tagore was the first Asian to win the Nobel Prize. This honour was received in 1913 for his work Gitanjali.

Tagore, born in Kolkata on May 7, 1861, died in 1941 and at that time no one knew the reason for his death, although the Rabindra Bharati University investigated his last days. It was found out that Tagore had prostate cancer and due to this, his urinary bladder got a lot of infection. That's what later led to his death.

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